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Is chocolat au'lait vegan?

Chocolat au'lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chocolat au'lait?

Chocolat au lait, also known as milk chocolate, is a sweet and creamy chocolate made with milk powder or condensed milk. It has a rich and smooth texture that melts in your mouth, delivering a satisfyingly sweet taste with subtle hints of vanilla and caramel. The milk content in this chocolate makes it less bitter than its dark chocolate counterpart, making it a popular choice for baking, snacking, and as a dessert ingredient. Its versatility and widespread appeal have made it a staple in the chocolate industry, loved by people of all ages and tastes.

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